Often times the attacks occur during a performance
WASHINGTON, D.C.–According to data compiled by the U.S. Center for Crimes Against Nature, one out of every three women either have been in the past, or one day will be, sexually assaulted by legendary comedian Bill Cosby.
The 77 year-old Cosby, who television audiences remember as Cliff Huxtable on the wildly successful sitcom The Cosby Show, and who victims know as a raging fellatio-addicted predator, still tours the country doing stand-up for sold-out crowds around the country, often leaving behind a wake of sexual destruction and deviancy.
Cosby, known for a funny series of commercials for Jello Pudding, launched his highly successful stand-up in the early sixties after leaving Temple University, where his time playing football fostered a voracious appetite for rape. During that decade he starred in two successful television series and released a number of highly influential comedy albums and had forcible, unprotected intercourse with thousands of women.
During the seventies Cosby created the hugely popular animated program, Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids, which was lauded by critics for its skill in addressing social issues such as poverty, race relations, and false accusations of rape. It was during this period when Cosby became a regular guest on Johnny Carson’s The Tonight Show and when he famously performed an entire show at the Globe Theater while sexually assaulting each female audience member in turn without interrupting the timing of a single joke.
News of the statistical data comes as the beloved entertainer is preparing to launch a new sitcom, although producers say they are now delaying the premiere to re-shoot the pilot and take advantage of Cosby’s renewed popularity by inserting a number of rape gags.
“We couldn’t be more excited about Bill’s new show,” said NBC Universal President Stephen B. Burke, “It’s easy to talk about a performer who is loved by his fans, but Bill has actually made love to many of them. He’s definitely in touch with his audience.”